By Ashleigh Fielding | posted on August 22, 2019
BURSTS of yellow will be seen across Albany tomorrow in the name of annual Cancer Council WA fundraiser Daffodil Day.
Six locations in town will have Daffodil Day stalls set up with fresh daffodils and merchandise for sale to raise money for cancer research.
Cancer Council WA Great Southern Regional Education Officer Bruce Beamish said funds from the day would go directly to the Daffodil Day Appeal.
“Despite advances made in research and improving survival rates for many cancers, we know that one in two Australians will be diagnosed by the age of 85,” he said.
“By supporting the Daffodil Day Appeal, you will help us invest in cutting-edge, lifesaving research to give Australians hope for a cancer free future.”
Daffodil Day stands will be located at the Sanford Road and York Street post offices, National Bank of Australia, IGA Spencer Park and York Street, and Albany Plaza.
Pictured here is Matilda, Chloe and Cadence Goodall, who are big supporters of Daffodil Day.